When Bernie Sanders won’t give up on health care

Bernie Sanders, the Democratic presidential candidate, won’t be giving up on the fight for health care reform, his campaign said in a new video on Tuesday.

In it, Sanders said that the issue is not the only one that needs to be resolved.

“The fight for healthcare reform is about so many issues that are so important to all of us,” he said.

“So let’s not pretend it’s the only issue that’s important.

We’re fighting for so many things.

And if we’re going to win this fight, we have to be prepared to do that as well.”

Sanders was referring to the many ways the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, is hurting the economy and the American people.

He cited the high cost of insurance, as well as a spike in hospitalizations, emergency room visits, and drug use, as reasons to support the law.

He also said that it’s not a coincidence that his opponent, Republican Donald Trump, has said the bill is a disaster and a threat to the nation.

“We need to be ready for any challenge,” Sanders said.

He added that it was up to Americans to get involved in the fight.

“That’s the battle.

This is not some distant fantasy, this is the fight that we’re fighting and we’re winning.”

He then said that people shouldn’t “take it for granted” that “we’re going in the right direction.”

The Democratic candidate was referring in part to the fact that he said that he would support health care reforms that were not yet implemented by the Republican-controlled Congress.

“I don’t think anybody’s ever said, ‘Oh, you’re not going to do this,'” Sanders said in the video.

“It’s going to be different.

But I think the same principles should be followed.”

He said that if a Republican is elected president, he will not support the bill.

“Donald Trump is a man who has shown himself to be a pathological liar,” Sanders added.

“If you look at the facts, if you look what he has done to the American economy and what he is doing to the health care system in this country, then I don’t believe in him as a president.”

He also defended his past opposition to the Affordable Health Care Act.

“When I first ran for the Senate, the health insurance exchanges were going to open in my home state of Vermont.

And as soon as I got into office, we stopped the Affordable Healthcare Act,” he continued. “

But I am a lifelong Republican.

And as soon as I got into office, we stopped the Affordable Healthcare Act,” he continued.

“And it was devastating for the people of Vermont, because the health system collapsed.

I mean, it was absolutely catastrophic.

It was so bad.

And it’s going on right now, and I think it’s very important that people understand that.”

Sanders also said he would be a strong supporter of the Keystone XL pipeline, which the Obama administration rejected in December.

The senator said in his video that he supports the pipeline, but only in part.

“There’s no question that the Keystone pipeline would have a very positive impact in terms of energy production,” he explained.

“What I do not believe is that we should approve the Keystone Pipeline.”

He noted that the pipeline has been approved by the State Department, and that the approval process is not just about environmental issues.

“In the meantime, we need the pipeline.” “

Sanders added that he also opposes the Keystone project, but that he doesn’t support President Donald Trump’s plan to pull the United Kingdom out of the European Union. “

In the meantime, we need the pipeline.”

Sanders added that he also opposes the Keystone project, but that he doesn’t support President Donald Trump’s plan to pull the United Kingdom out of the European Union.

“For all of those reasons, I have not made a decision to pull out of Europe, and if President Trump does, I will certainly do everything in my power to ensure that the United State does not pull out from Europe,” he concluded.

“You’re right, that’s not the answer.”

The Vermont senator’s campaign website features a video of him reading from the Pledge of Allegiance, which states, “We are one people, under God, in the unity of the United Nations, under the law, under freedom and justice for all.”

The campaign website also includes a section titled “Bernie Sanders on the Issues,” which includes a list of his priorities.

It includes: A strong minimum wage,